DMZ Shipping Manifest Location

You need to find the Warzone 2 DMZ Shipping Manifest location to complete one of the Pirate missions in the game. It spawns in a very specific spot that’s incredibly easy to overlook. I really don’t blame you if you can’t figure it out on your own. That’s why, in this guide, we are going to show you exactly where to find the Shipping Manifest.

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dmz shipping manifest location
DMZ Shipping Manifest Location

Where to Find Shipping Manifest in DMZ

To find the Shipping Manifest location in DMZ in Warzone 2, you first need to go to the west of the Al Mazrah map, to Hafid Port. In this area, you’ll see a very large ship docked in the harbor. It even has a POI on it called Ship Bridge Tower. That’s where you need to go. This will require you to go from one end of the ship to the other, going up stairs and through several decks crawling with AI enemies. If you’ve landed somewhere really far away from Hafid Port, then you can also look forward to other players that have decided to make the ship their home. Either way, it’s no picnic getting to the top of the ship and the Bridge Tower.

So, that’s the general location of the Shipping Manifest in Warzone 2 DMZ. As for the specifics, when you get to the top of the Bridge Tower, you’ll see a room with a bunch of windows overlooking the ship. Before walking in there, you’ll find a shelving unit on your right. That’s where the Manifest spawns. It isn’t always on the same exact shelf, but it will be somewhere on that shelving unit. Unless, of course, someone has beaten you to it. If they have, well, time to get into a new game and try again. Once you do manage to get your hands on the Manifest, get the hell outta there and exfil to complete the mission.

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